IT Technical Support Engineer

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  • Lewisham, Greater London View on Map
  • Post Date : March 10, 2023
  • Apply Before : April 27, 2023
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  • Job ID 337478

Job Description

Job Title: IT Technical Support Engineer
Location: Blackheath
Salary: Depending On Experience
Job Type: Full time 35 hours per week
Morden College is a charity that is dedicated to enabling a life-lived independence for the older people they provide homes for, through life, as they grow older. Morden College has enriched the lives of its residents as well as their families, over the last 300 years. The Charity's core purpose is to provide older people who are in need with a home for life within its beautiful grounds, with amazing facilities and surrounded by its caring people, who work tirelessly to provide the highest quality of care.
Our most valuable resource are the people within Morden College; they provide the supportive, caring and inclusive environment both for colleagues and for our Residents. Our culture encourages and supports creativity, celebrates our differences and the similarities that draw us together as a community and promote the highest standards of individual behaviour and accountability in everything we do.
Morden College is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This post is subject to a Basic DBS check.
Job Summary/Purpose:
The IT Technical Support Engineer will be an important role within the IT team, working closely with the Head of IT to provide technical support to users across the college. In addition to the day-to-day operations and resolving technical queries and issues, the IT Technical Support Engineer will support the delivery of IT solutions and services within the college and ensure these are aligned to organisational plans, strategic initiatives and processes.
Key Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
* To understand and be able to support the enterprise architecture for the college, how individual business systems work, how they interface to other systems and how the data within systems is used.
* To ensure the IT infrastructure of the College is fully supported by providing first line support of software, hardware and networking that includes installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.
* To install, maintain and support the college's print services, including: photocopying, scanning and fax services via the use of multiple MFP's and other standalone devices.
* To meet internal service level agreements and targets for IT support.
Telephony / Communication Services
* To support the Colleges VoiP telephony system (including deployment and support of VoIP and unified telecommunications solutions) across college sites and between suppliers, where required.
* To setup and resolve issues with mobile devices.
* To work with outside agencies to support the current telecommunications infrastructure, including leased line solutions for core network availability and telephony services, supporting vital resident services.
IT Administration
* To work with external network organisations to log and resolve IT issues and produce regular IT helpdesk and telephony statistics on a monthly basis.
* To actively participate in the production of departmental documentation and ensure it is updated, maintained, and distributed accordingly, where required.
* To ensure network and data security is maintained at all times by undertaking a regular programme of checks and audits on key systems and processes.
* To support the Head of IT on the development, implementation and regular reviews of college business continuity and IT Recovery Plans – ensuring alignment with IT backup strategies.
* To support the Head of IT in the production, updating and rollout of IT policies and procedures across the college.
* A degree or relevant technical qualification or equivalent through training / experience e.g., MCSE, MCP, CCNA.
* Experience of supporting an IT environment at 1st and 2nd line support levels which may have been in a Network Administrator or Desktop/Infrastructure Support capacity.
* Knowledge and experience of administering and supporting an Office 365 environment, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
* A good knowledge of desktop operating systems including Windows 7 & 10.
* A good knowledge and experience of supporting users remotely through teams and other software such as TeamViewer.
* Experience and understanding of network communication protocols such as TCP/IP.
* Excellent numerical skills.
* A customer focussed approach to service delivery.
We will provide you with Enhanced Annual Leave; CPD opportunities through a generous learning and development budget; Career Development Opportunities; Online Wellness Hub; Health Assessments; Free Perks and Discounts; Employee Assistance Programme; Discounts on food and drinks in our Café; Enhanced Pension; Life Assurance; Employee Referral Scheme; EV charging points available; Free on-site parking.
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